The SPJ DC chapter is holding a panel discussion with three local journalists discussing the challenges they face and the resources their media organizations bring to bear in covering District of Columbia regional news. Join these reporters on Wednesday, May 4, 2016, at the Fund for American Studies, 1706 New Hampshire Ave. NW (Metro stop is DuPont Circle). Drinks and hors de oeuvres are at 6:30 p.m., and the panel begins at 7.
The panelists are: Kavitha Cardoza (https://twitter.com/kavithacardoza), who covers education (http://wamu.org/author/kavitha_cardoza) at WAMU(FM) Washington and is an adjunct faculty member of American University’s Department of Communication. Aaron Davis (https://twitter.com/byaaroncdavis) covers District government for the Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/aaron-c-davis). Cuneyt Dil (https://twitter.com/cuneytdil) writes the District Links e-newsletter (https://tinyletter.com/DistrictLinks) which he founded and is a freelancer for Washington’s Current newspapers. The panel’s moderator is SPJ DC member Eric Falquero (https://twitter.com/ericfalquero). Falquero is editor-in-chief of the District’s Street Sense newspaper (http://streetsense.org/staff_members/eric-falquero/#.VwUk25dUXfc), which covers homeless issues.
Must register beforehand here on Eventbrite. The cost is $10 for the public, $5 for members of the National Press Club and SPJ DC and students are free. For more information, contact SPJ D.C. board member Jonathan Make, email@example.com.